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Full text of "Roll of honour of the Parish of Tibbermore (Landward) and Hillyland, Tulloch, and Burghmuir (Burghal) : souvenir of the Great European War 4th August, 1914 - 28th June, 1919"

PARISH OF TIBBERMORB 
HILLYLAND, TULLOCH 

AND BURGH MUIR 



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SOUVENIR of the 

GREAT EUROPEAN WAR 

4th August, 1914 28th June, 1919 



ROLL OF HONOUR 

Of the PARISH OF TIBBERMORE (Landward) and 
HILLYLAND, TULLOCH, and BURGHMUIR (Burghal) 

Collected and Compiled Printed and Published 

by by 

JOHN M. STALKER, JOHN M'KINLAY, 

West Huntingtower, Perth " Perthshire Courier" Office, King St., Penh 



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FOREWORD 



The Parish of Tibbermore has reason to be proud 
ot the part it played in the Great War, either in 
the way of sending representatives to the Colours ; 
of performing patriotic work at home, or of 
contributing to the many schemes which were 
organised for the help of the Service men. The 
local Roll of Honour contains 327 names, and an 
inspiring feature is the representation of sons of 
the parish who rallied to the Colours from outposts 
of the Empire. It is interesting to note that 
several families contributed amongst the largest 
quotas to the Colours in the county. Worthy of 
notice, too, is the gallantry displayed by the young 
men and women from the parish, and the honours 
list contains no fewer than 14 names. Indeed, 
the parish can lay claim to the distinction of 
possessing the county's first recipient of the D.C.M. 
in the war. 

That the parish bore their share of casualties, 
however, is only too evident from the list of men 
who fell, Inscribed on this honoured scroll are 
the names of 4 officers and 45 men. To the 



parents and friends of the fallen the sympathy of 
the whole community goes out. Their grief is 
great, but it is tempered by the knowledge that 
their dear ones have fallen in defending their 
King and country, and in a righteous cause. 

Much valuable work was also performed in the 
parish, and the generous spirit in which the call 
for subscriptions was responded to at the outbreak 
of war, and which was nobly maintained through- 
out, cannot but be a source of great gratification 
to all concerned. 

The object of this publication is to place on 
permanent record the service which the parish 
gave to the nation in its hour of need. In con- 
venient form the roll will no doubt find an 
honoured place in every home, and thereby serve 
the purpose for which it is intended — that each 
family might show to future generations the part 
played by its members. 

John M. Stalker. 

January, 1920. 



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Adams, James, Driver, R.E., Marlefield Farm. 

Adamson, William, Private, 2nd A. &: S. Hdrs., 
Inveralmond House, wounded and awarded the 
Military Medal. 

Adamson - , David A., Private, Black Watch, Inver- 
almond House. 

Allan, Andrew, Sergt, R.A.F., Tulloch Farm, 
Tulloch. 

Allan, John, Gunner, R.G.A., Greenhill Farm, 
wounded two occasions. 

Allan. Daniel M'G., Cpl., 8th Black Watch, Green- 
hill Farm, presumed killed in action. 

Allan. Alexander M'G , Private, 4th Gordon 
Hdrs., Greenhill Farm, wounded. 

Allan, John, Private, Black Watch Labour Corps, 
1 South Muirton Cottages. 

Allan. Andrew, Cpl., R.A.S.C, M.T., 1 South 
Muirton Cottages. 

Allan, Alexander S., Sergt., R.A.F., 1 South 
Muirton Cottages, awarded Military Medal, 
killed in action. 



Allan, Stuart, Private, Bedfords, 1 South Muirton 
Cottages. 

Anderson, Alexander, Private, R.A.S.C, 3 Grey 
Row, Ruthvenfield. 

Balfour, Alexander, A.M., R.A.F., Newlands 
House, Burgh muir. 

Barbour, Joseph, Driver, R.A.S C, South Muirton 
Cottages. 

Barclay, Robert, Driver, R.A.S.C, Tulloch Farm, 
Tulloch. 

Barclay, James M., Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
Marlefield Farm, killed in action. 

Beaton, Alexander K., Lieut., R.S.F. Labour 
Corps, Highfield, Burghmuir. 

Bisset, Henry, Private, i/6th Black Watch, Hilly- 
land, wounded. 

Black, William C, Lieut., H.L.I.,- 7 Grey Row, 
Ruthvenfield, wounded, gassed. 

Black, Leonard, Private, R.S.F., 7 Grey Row, 
Ruthvenfield, killed in action. 

Blair, Thomas, Driver, R.F.A., Peel Farm Cottages. 



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Blair, Andrew, Cpl., i/6th Black Watch M.G.C., 
Peel Farm Cottages, wounded two occasions. 

Blair, William D., Private, ist Seaforth Hdrs., 
Peel Farm Cottages, killed in action. 

Blake, William, S.-Sergt, R.A.S.C, F.D., Viewfield, 

Letham. 
Blake, Frederick C, Cadet, 6th Black Watch, 
Viewfield, Letham, wounded two occasions, 
gassed. 

Brand, Thomas, Cpl, R.A.S.C, 9 Tulloch Place, 
Tulloch. 

Brough, George, Sergt., R.A.F., East Huntingtower. 

Brown, James, Private, ist Scots Guards, Ruthven 
House Cottages, wounded. 

Brown, Peter, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 1 
Tulloch Cottages, Tulloch. 

Bryce, George, Sergt, M.G.C., 19 Tulloch Terrace, 
awarded Military Medal. 

Callander, E., Private, 32nd A.M., Sub. Park, 
Ruthvenfield House. 



Cameron, David, Private, R.G.A., 13 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

Cameron, John, Trooper, 1st Scottish Horse, 13 
Tulloch Terrace, died. 

Campbell, Rev. James C, M.A., C.F., A. & S. H., & 
S.P.B., The Manse, Tibbermore. 

Campbell, John, Gunner, R.G.A., 9 Castle Cottages, 
Ruthvenfield. 

Carswell, Archibald, Cpl., Labour Corps, 4 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

Chalmers, George, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
Viewlands Cottages, Burghmuir. 

Chalmers, John, Cpl., 2/6th Black Watch, 6 Hilly- 
land Crescent. 

Chalmers, Charles, Sapper, R.E, 6 Hillyland 
Crescent. 

Chalmers, James, Gunner, R.G.A., 6 Hillyland 
Crescent. 

Chalmers, Peter, Cpl., Royal Scots, Lilybank, 
Burghmuir, wounded two occasions. 



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Christie, William, Private, 8th Black Watch, 
Cultmalundie Cottages, wounded two occasions. 

Christie, David, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
Cultmalundie Cottages, killed in action. 

Christie, George S., Private, 8th Black Watch, 
Cultmalundie Cottages, wounded. 

Christie, John, Sapper, R.E., Yewbank, Burghmuir. 

Christie, David M'F., Sergt., i/6th Black Watch, 
Muir Cottage. Burghmuir. 

Christie, James, Private, 13th Royal Scots, Umgeni, 
Burghmuir. 

Christie, George, Sub.-Lieut., Merchant Service, 
attached R.N., Low's Work Cottages, torpeoded. 

Clark, Duncan, Private, R.A.M.C, n Grey Row, 
Ruthvenfield 

Clark, Thomas, Trooper, i/2nd Scottish Horse, 
West Huntingtower. 

Clark, George, Private, 5th Gordon Hdrs., Hilly- 
land. 

Cochrane, James, Private, 7th Cameron Hdrs., 5 
Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 



Collins, Lawrence, Private, 1st Black Watch, 
Hillyland, wounded two occasions. = 

Cook, James A., Private, 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., The 
Orchard, Huntingtower, wounded two occasions. 

Cooper, Alfred, Lieut., M.G.C. Corps, 1 Hillyland 
Crescent. 

Cooper, Alfred, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 21 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, killed in action. 

Cooper, George, Private, Royal Scots, 2 1 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, wounded three occasions and 
Prisoner of War nine months. 

Cooper, James, Private, A. & S. Hdrs., 21 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

Davidson, James, Bomdr., R.F.A., Cultmalundie 
Cottages, killed in action. 

Dewar, Daniel, Gunner, R.G.A., Ruthven House 
Cottages, wounded two occasions. 

Dewar, James, Cpl., R.E., Ruthven House Cottages. 
Dewar, Peter, L/Cpl., R.A.S.C., 20 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 



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Dewar, Peter, L/Cpl., R. A.S.C., Goodlybum 
Cottage, Burghmuir. 

Dewar, John, L/CpL, Cheshires, Goodlybum 
Cottage, Burghmuir. 

Dewar, Alexander, Private, H.L.I., Goodlybum 
Cottage, Burghmuir, wounded. 

Dewar, Gordon, Private, 6th Black Watch, Goodly- 
bum Cottage, Burghmuir, wounded two occasions. 

Dingwall, Helen S., Private, Q.M.W.A.A.C., 17 
Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Dobbin, James F., Cpl, 13th Batt. (S.H.) Black 
Watch, The Lodge, Cleeve, wounded and gassed. 

Donaldson, Charles, Private, R.E., 2 Grey Row, 

Ruthvenfield. 

Donaldson, John, L/Cpl., 1st Black Watch, Goodly- 
bum Cottage, Burghmuir, killed in action. 

Dow, William (M.A.), Lieut., 9th Black Watch, 6 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, killed in action. 

Drummono, Colin, Sergt, Canadian Forces, West 
Huntingtower, wounded. 



Drummond, Colin, Private, R.A.S.C, M.T., West 
Huntingtower. 

Drummond, William, Sergt., R.A.O.C, South 
Muirton Cottages. 

Duff, David, Private, 9th Black Watch. West 
Huntingtower, awarded Military Medal. 

Duff, Andrew, Trooper, 2/2nd Scottish Horse, 
West Huntingtower, killed in action. 

Duff, John, Private, [/4th Gordon Hdrs., Castle 
Brae, Ruthvenfield, wounded and gassed. 

Duff, Robert, L/Cpl., 1st Scottish Horse, 1 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, wounded. 

Duff, James P., Private, R.A.S.C, 1 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 

Duff, Duncan, Private, 6th Black Watch, 1 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, wounded two occasions. 

Duff, William P., Private, 7th Black Watch, 1 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, wounded. 

Duncan, Frederick M. W., Rfn., 8th London, 
Marlefield Farm, killed in action. 



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Durward, John J., Engineer, R.N., Mill Cottages, 

Ruthvenfield, torpedoed three occasions. 
Easton, Thomas R., L/Cpl., 2J-jth Royal Warwicks, 

Mill Cottage, Huntingtowerfield, Prisoner of 

War three years. 
Elder, David, Private, 2/6th Black Watch, t Grey 

Row, Ruthvenfield. 
Ewan, John, Private, ist Royal Scots, Waterside 

Cottages, Huntingtowerfield. 
Ewan, Alexander A., Private, 8th Black Watch, 

Waterside Cottages, Huntingtower. 

Ewen, David Y., Private, 2/6th Black Watch, 6 Grey 

Row, Ruthvenfield. 
Falcon, William, Trooper, ist Scottish Horse, 8 

Hillyland Crescent. 
Falcon, May, Shorthand Typist, Q.M.W.A.A.C. 

8 Hillyland Crescent. 

Fell, James, L/Cpl., 7th Black Watch, Greenfield, 
Burghmuir, wounded. 

Fenwtck, James, Farrier, R. A.S. C, Teel Farm 

Cottages. 



Ferrier, Charles, Cpl., Guards H.B., 14 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

Forbes, John, Driver, R.F. A, Hillyland, wounded. 

Forbes, Charles, Private, i/7th Gordon Hdrs., 
Hillyland. 

Fotheringham, David, Q.M.S., 1st Scottish Horse, 

Hillyland, wounded. 
Fotheringham, Robert, Lieut., H.C.B., Hillyland. 

Fotheringham, Alexander, Lieut., Durhams, Hilly- 
land. 

Fraser, John, Sergt., H.L.I., 18 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 

Fraser, John, Private, 5th Dragoon Guards, 4 
Tulloch Place, Tulloch. 

Eraser, James, Cpl, R.A.S.C, M.T., 3 Tulloch 
Place, Tulloch. 

Galloway, William, Private, R.A.O.C., 3 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, wounded. 

Galloway, James R., Cpl., i/ist Scottish Horse, 
6 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 



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Galloway, James, Private, Loyal North Lanes., 
Viewlands House, Burghmuir. 

Gardiner, Peter, Private, 5th Black Watch, 22 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Gardiner, William T., L/Cpl., Welsh Pioneers, 
22 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Gardiner, Alexander S., Private, R.A.M.C, 22 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Gardiner, James, L/Cpl., K.O.S.B., 22 Tulloch 

Terrace. Tulloch, wounded. 
Garton, Joseph, Cpl, 6th Black Watch, 2 Tulloch 

Terrace, Tulloch, wounded two occasions. 
Garvice, John, Private, 8th Black Watch, Lilybank, 

Burghmuir, killed in action. 

Gellatly, George, Sergt., 13th Batt. (S.H.) Black 
Watch, Hillyand, awarded Military Medal, 
wounded two occasions. 

Gellatly, Frederick, Driver, R.A.S.C., Hillyland. 

Gellatly, William B., C.S.M., 6th Black Watch, 
1 1 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 



Glass, William, Sergt.-Major, R.A.S.C., M.T., 
Hillyland. 

Gloag, Henry, Private, 9th Black Watch, 5 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

Gloag, Louis D., Private, 8th Black Watch. 26 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, killed in action. 

Gold, William, Driver, R.F.A., Newlands House, 
Burghmuir, gassed. 

Gold, Charles, Private, 13th Royal Scots, Newlands 
House, Burghmuir, wounded three occasions. 

Harley, William, Private, 2nd Black Watch. 

Merriness Cottage, killed in action. 
Harley, Robert B., Private, 1st Black Watch, 

Merriness Cottage, killed in action. 

Harris, Alexander, Sergt., 7th Black Watch, 20 

Grey Row, Ruthvenfield, awarded Military 

Medal. 
Hendry, Walter S., Private, i/8th Scottish Rifles, 

Henrietta Cottage, Huntingtowerfield, killed in 

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Hendry, James, Private, Black Watch, Henrietta 
Cottage, Huntingtowerfield, wounded. 

Hendry, Matthew, Chief Engineer, R.A., R.N., 
Henrietta Cottage, Huntingtowerfield. 

Hendry, David, Sergt., 50th Canadian Batt., AVest 
Huntingtower. 

Hendry, James, Piper, 4th Black Watch, Greenfield' 
Burghmuir. 

Hendry, James, Private, 1st Seaforth Hdrs., Green- 
field, Burghmuir, killed in action. 

Hendry, Mabel, , Q.M.W.A.A.C., Greenfield, 

Burghmuir. 

Henderson, Alexander, L/Cpl., Tank Corps, 
Tulloch Farm, Tulloch. 

Henderson, Alexander, Trooper, 2/2nd Scottish 
Horse, Mill Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Henderson, Alexander, Engineer, Merchant Ser- 
vice, attached R.N., West Huntingtower. 

Henderson, James, Lieut., 2nd Scottish Horso. 
attached R.S., Hillyland FarmJ 



Hepburn, John, Engineer, Allan Line R.N.T., 
Whiteiaw Cottage, West Huntingtower. 

Hodge, William, Sapper, R.E., Beechcroft, Burgh- 
muir, wounded. 

Hurlock, Walter, Sergt., R.F.A., 29 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, wounded. 

Hulton, John S., Sergt., i/6th Black Watch, 
Hillyland, killed in action. 

Imrie, Robert C, Private, 41st Canadian Forestry 
Coy., 25 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, gassed. 

Imrie, James C. R., Cpl., 1st Scottish Horse, 25 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Imrie, Peter R. A., Private, Canadian M.G. Coy., 
25 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Imrie, Andrew G., Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
25 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, killed in action. 

Imrie, K. B., Private, P.P.C.L.I., 25 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, killed in action 

Imrie, William D., L/Cpl. ; 7th Yorks, 25 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, gassed. 



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Imrie, Thomas B. G., L/Cpl., 7th Black Watch, 
25 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, gassed. 

Innes, Pf.ter, Private, R.A.S.C, M.T., Powbridge 
Cottages. 

Isdale, John, Private, H.C.B., 6 Tulloch Place, 

Tulloch. 

Isdale, William S., L/Cpl., i/6th Black Watch, 
6 Tulloch Place, Tulloch, wounded. 

Isdale, John, Private, 9th Seaforth Hdrs., 6 Tulloch 
Place, Tulloch. 

Jack, Robert, Lieut., Royal Scots, Viewmount, 
Tibbermore, wounded two occasions. 

Jack, Francis G., Private, R A.O.C., Viemount, 
Tibbermore. 

Jackson, Thomas, C.Q.M.S., i/6th Black Watch, 
Hillyland, wounded, gassed. 

Jacobs, H. A , Sergt., 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., The 
Cottage, Huntingtower. 

Jacobs, Charles H., Engineer, Queen Line, R.N.T., 
The Cottage, Huntingtower, awarded D.S.O. 



Jacobs, Alexander C, Engineer, Queen Line, 
R.N.T., The Cottage, Huntingtower. 

Jacobs, Harry A., 2nd Officer, Clan Line, R.N.T., 
The Cottage, Huntingtower. 

Jacobs, Julian A, Private, 48th Canadian Hdrs, 
The Cottage, Huntingtower, wounded. 

Jacobs, Ella, , W.V.R., attached Glasgow 

Dept., The Cottage, Huntingtower. 

Keay, William G., Driver, R.A.S.C, 4 Tulloch 
Cottages, Tulloch. 

Keay, James, Private, 9th Royal Scots, 8 Goodlyburn 
Terrace, Burghmuir, killed in action. 

Keddie, Andrew, Trooper, 2nd Scottish Horse, 
15 Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield, wounded. 

Keddie, John C, Trooper, 2/^rd Scottish Horse, 
15 Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Keddie, David, L/Cpl , 6th Black Watch, 2 Castle 
Cottages, Ruthvenfield, killed in action. 

Kennedy, Charles, Private, 7th Black Watch, 
Castle Brae, Ruthvenfield, wounded. 



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Kininmond, Jamks, Private, R.S.F., 30 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, killed in action. 

Kinnoch, Andrew S., Private, R.A.M.C, Hillyland. 

Kinnoch, John J., Rfn., 8th London, Hillyland, 
wounded. 

Laing, David, R.Q.M.S., 1st Black Watch, 12 Grey 
Row, Ruthvenfield. 

Laing, David G., C.S.M., 6th Black Watch, 1 Castle 
Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Laing, Elma, , Red Cross Hospital, attached 

Dunblane, 18 Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Lamond, David, Driver, R.A.S.C, 14 Grey Row, 

Ruthvenfield. 
Lamond, Andrew D., Driver, R.A.S.C., Burghmuir 

Hospital Lodge. 
Lawson, David, Sergt.-Major, R.A.S.C, 2 Hillyland 

Crescent. 
Lawson, Walter, S.-Sergt., R.E., Huntingtower 

Farm. 
Lawson, William, Driver, R.A.S.C, Huntingtower 

Farm. 



Lawson, Jkssie, Sergt., Munition Factory, George- 
town, Huntingtower Farm. 

Leith, Harry, Driver, R.A.S.C, Hillyland. 

Lockhart, John, L/Cpl., 1st Sherwood Foresters, 
5 Hillyland Crescent. 

Logan, William, Private, 6th Lanes. Fusiliers, 28 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Low, John C, Private, King's Liverpools, Inver- 
almond Cottages, wounded. 

Lumsden, David, Captain, 1st Black Watch R.H., 
Huntingtowerfield House, mentioned in Dis- 
patches, awarded Military Cross. 

Mailer, Robert, Private, i/5th Seaforth Hdrs., 
Yewbank, Burghmuir, killed in action. 

Malcolm, Thomas, L/Cpl., 91st A. & S. Hdrs., 
Newlands Cottages, Burghmuir, wounded. 

Mkikle, Robert, Pioneer, R.E., Greenfield, Burgh- 
muir. 

Meikle, John W., Private, South Wales Bdrs., 
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Meikle, William, Private, Gordon Hdrs., Greenfield, 
Burghmuir. 

Millar, John M'K., Private, 6th Black Watch, 
4 Brahan Cottages, Hillyland, wounded two 
occasions, gassed. 

Miller, Thomas T., Driver, R.A.S.C., 6 Tulloch 
Cottages, Tulloch. 

Miller, David, Cpl., i/6th Black Watch, Tulloch 

Farm, Tulloch, killed in action. 
Miller, James R., Sergt., 6th Black Watch, Castle 

Brae, Ruthvenfield, awarded Military Medal. 

Mitchell, Frederick A., Private, 3rd Black Watch, 
Parkhead, Burghmuir. 

Mitchell, John M., Private, i/sth Gordon Hdrs., 
Parkhead, Burghmuir. 

Moir, Norman, Private, R.A.S.C, M.T., Powbridge 
Cottage. 

Moon, James, A. B., R.N.V.R., Roadside Cottages, 
Huntingtower, torpeoded two occasions. 

Moon, Robert, Sergt., A.P.C., White House, Hunt- 
ingtower. 



Murray, Robert, Engineer, H. M.T., Beaton's 
Buildings, Hillyland, torpedoed. 

Murrie, Alexander, Sergt., 2/2nd Scottish Horse, 
West Huntingtower, presumed killed in action. 

Murrie, David, Private, 13th Batt. (S.H.) Black 
Watch, West Huntingtower, wounded. 

Murrie, William D., Private, R.S.F, West Hunting- 
tower. 
Murrie, Peter, Bomdr., R.F.A., West Huntingtower. 

M'Beath, John, Private, 6th Black Watch, 19 Grey 
Row, Ruthvenfield. 

M'Beath, Duncan, Private, 1st Scots Guards, 19 
Grey Row, Ruthvenfield, Prisoner of War four 
years. 

M'Beath, John, Private, 1st Scots Guards, 19 Grey 
Row, Ruthvenfield, wounded. 

M'Beth, William J., Private, Australian Imperial 
Forces, South Muirton Cottages, killed in action. 

M'Cash, John, W., Lieut., 6th Black Watch, attached 
R.F.C., Cornhill House, Burghmuir, presumed 
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M'Donai.d, James D., C.Q.M.S., 4/sth Black Watch, 

Inveralmond Cottages. 

M'Donald, William, Sergt., R.A.F., M.T., i Brahan 
Cottages, Hillyland. 

M'Gregor, William, Gunner, R. H.A., Merriness 
Cottages. 

M'Gregor, David, Gunner, R.F.A., Westerton 
Cottages. 

M'Gilvrey, Finlay, Gunner, R.F.A., Muir Cottage, 
Burghmuir. 

M'Ilwham, John A., Sergt.-Instructor, A.G.S., 3 
Hillyland Crescent. 

M'Kinnon, John H., Private, 8th Black Watch, 
27 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, wounded. 

M'Kerchar, Alexander, Sergt., C.A.M.C, Gowrie 

bank, Burghmuir. 

M'Kerchar, Janet G., , Q.M.W.A.A.C, 

Gowriebank, Burghmuir. 

M'Laren, Norman, Private, 1st Scots Guards, Hilly- 
land, wounded two occasions. 



M'Laren, Kenneth, Private, R.A.O.C, Hillyland. 

M'Laren, Donald, Cpl, R.A.F., 12 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 

M'Laren, Lawrence, Private, R.D.C., 24 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

M'Pherson, John, Private, R.A.S.C, Blackruthven 
Gardens. 

Ness, James, A.B , R.N., Easterton of Cultmalundie. 

Niven, Robert, Private, H.L.I., 27 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 

Norie-Miller, Claud, 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C, M.T., 

Cleeve, drowned at sea in enemy attack. 
Norie-Miller, Stanley, Capt. and Adjt , 9th Black 

Watch Service Batt., Cleeve, wounded two 

occasions, awarded Military Cross. 
Paterson, Joseph, Private, r/sth Gordon Hdrs.> 

13 Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield, wounded. 
Pringle, Robert, Private, 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., 18 

Grey Row, Ruthvenfield, killed in action. 
Pullar, R. M., Lieut., Perthshire R.A.S.C, M.T., 

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Pullar, J. L., Capt., 4th Black Watch, Brahan, 
conferred O.B.E. 

Rankine, Robert, Sergt., Canadian Forces, Ashlea, 
West Huntingtower. 

Rankine, Andrew F., Sergt., Canadian Forces, 
Ashlea, West Huntingtower. 

Rankine, David H., Cpl., 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., 
Ashlea, West Huntingtower. 

Reid, Alexander, Private, K. O.S. B., Broomhill 
Cottage, Burghmuir. 

Reid, Robert, Driver, R.A.S.C., East Huntingtower 

Cottages. 

Reid, James, R.S.M., i/ist Scottish Horse, 24 
Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Reid, Robert, Cpl., R.E., 24 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 

Reid, Frederick, L/Cpl., Queen's Royal West 
Surreys, 24 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Robertson, Robert, Gunner, R.G.A., Blackruthven, 
Gardens, wounded. 



Robertson, Forrest F., Cpl, 3/6th Black Watch, 
Low's Work Cottages, Huntingtower, killed in 
action. 

Robertson, James, Private, R.A. S.C., M.T., 2 
Tulloch Place, Tulloch. 

Robertson, James, Sergt., H.C.B., Huntingtowerfield 
Farm. 

Rodger, James, Farrier, 3rd Scottish Horse, 7 
Hillyland Crescent, wounded. 

Rodger, Thomas M'F., Shoeing Smith, 2nd Scottish 
Horse, 7 Hillyland Crescent, killed in action. 

Rodger, Bennet, Private, R.A.S.C, M.T., 7 Hilly- 
land Crescent. 

Rodger, James, Driver, R.A.S.C, Tulloch Farm, 
Tulloch. 

Rodger, Alexander, Private, H.C. B., Tulloch 
Farm, Tulloch, died. 

Rodgie, William, Private, 6th Black Watch, New- 
lands Cottages, Burghmuir, presumed killed 
in action. 



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Rodgie, Ronald, Cpl., R.A.F., Newlands Cottages, 
Burghmuir. 

Ross, Peter, Private, Tank Corps, Greenfield, Burgh- 
muir. 

Ross, Alexander, Cpl., 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., Toll- 
House, Crieff Road. 

Ross, William T. P., C.S.M., Gordon Hdrs., Toll- 
House, Crieff Road. 

Ross, John, Private, 1st Seaforth Hdrs., Toll-House, 
Crieff Road, killed in action. 

Ross, Andrew, Private, i/sth Gordon Hdrs., Toll- 
House, Crieff Road, killed in action. 

Ross, James P., Engineer, R.A.S.C, M.T., Toll- 
House, Crieff Road, wounded two occasions. 

Roy, Peter, Trooper, Royal Gloucester Hussars, 
Woodside Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Salmond, James, Sergt, F. & F. Yeomanry, M.G.B., 

Letham Dairy. 
Scobie, William, Trooper, Canadian Mounted Rifles, 

West Huntingtower. 
Scobie, John, Private, R.A.M.C, M.T., Hillyland. 



Scott, David, L/Cpl., 2nd Black Watch, West 
Huntingtower. 

Scott, Peter, Gunner, R.N., West Huntingtower. 

Scott, Charles C, Private, King's Liverpools, West 
Huntingtower, died. 

Scrimgeour, Joseph, C.S.M., 2/ist Scottish Horse, 
Tulloch House, Tulloch, died. 

Scrimgeour, Thomas M., Cpl., Black Watch, Tulloch 

House, Tulloch. 
Sharp, George, Sergt., 4th Australian Pioneer Batt., 

Mill Cottage, Ruthvenfield, killed in action. 
Sidey, John, Cpl., M.P., South Muirton Cottages. 
Simpson, James H., Gunner, R.G.A., Greenfield, 

Burghmuir. 
Simpson, David, Driver, R.A.S.C, M.T., Kingower, 

Burghmuir. 
Simpson, William, Cpl., R.A.S.C, R.F.A., Kingower, 

Burghmuir. 

Simpson, James, Ldg./Drummer, Howe Batt. R.N.D., 
Kingower, Burghmuir, died. 



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Sinclair, John, Private, i/4th Black Watch, Wester- 
ton of Cultmalundie, wounded two occasions. 

Sinclair, Thomas Y., Bomdr., R.F.A., Westerton of 
Cultmalundie, wounded. 

Small, James, Driver, R.E., Marlefield Farm. 
Small, Peter, Cpl, i/6th Black Watch, Beaton's 
Buildings, Hillyland. 

Small, Donald C, Sergt., Gordon Hdrs., Beaton's 

Buildings, Hillyland, killed in action. 
Small, John, Sergt., H.C.B., Beaton's Buildings, 

Hillyland. 
Small, James, Sergt., R.E., Beaton's Buildings, 

Hillyland. 
Smart, Alexander, Driver, R.A.S.C., 6 Castle 

Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 
Smart, David, Private, Labour Corps, 6 Castle 

Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 
Smith, Frederick, Trooper, 13th Batt. (S.H.) Black 

Watch, Waterside Cottages, Huntingtower. 
Smith, Robert C. D., Private, 17th H.L.I., Woodside 

Cottages, Ruthvenfield, wounded two occasions. 



Smith, Robert M., Sergt., 14th R H., Mill Cottage, 
Ruthvenfield, wounded four occasions. 

Smith, Harry Gordon, Lieut., 12th A. & S. Hdrs., 
The Manse, Tibbermore, killed in action. 

Smith, John, Q.M.S., H.C.B., Tulloch Farm, Tulloch. 

Squire, George, Driver, R.E., Broomhill Cottage, 
Burghmuir. 

Squire, David, Private, Black Watch Labour Corps, 
Broomhill Cottage, Burghmuir. 

Squire, Joseph, Cpl., 10th Hussars, Broomhill 
Cottage, Burghmuir, wounded. 

Stein, John, Q.M.S., 1st Scottish Horse, Castle 
Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Stein, David, Private, 6th Black Watch, The Cottage, 
Huntingtowerfield. 

Stenning, Philip M., Private, 6th Black Watch, 
2 Brahan Cottages, Hillyland. 

Stenning, Roderick J., Private, 17th H.L.I., Brahan 
Lodge, Hillyland, killed in action. 



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Stephen, George, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
Huntingtower Cottage, Hillyland. 

Stewart, Tames, Cpl., R.A.S.C., 8 Castle Cottages, 
Ruthvenfield. 

Stewart, James, Private, 27th Winnipeg Rifles, 
M.G.C., 8 Tulloch Cottages, Tulloch. 

Stewart, Archibald, Private, R.A.S.C., M.T., 8 
Tulloch Cottages, Tulloch, gassed. 

Stewart, James, Private, Middlesex, 2 Tulloch Place, 
Tulloch, wounded two occasions, gassed. 

Stewart, John, Private, Cameron Hdrs., Newlands 
House, Burghmuir, killed in action. 

Stoddart, Alexander, Private, 2nd Gordon Hdrs., 
Alexandra Cottage, Hillyland. 

Stoddart, Andrew C, Driver, R.A.S.C., Alexandra 
Cottage, Hillyland. 

Stoddart, John, Private, Scots Guards, 16 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, wounded two occasions. 

Summers, Robert, Private, R.A.S.C., Beaton's Build- 
ings, Hillyland. 



Sutherland, George F., Trooper, 13th Batt. (S.H.) 
Black Watch, Ruthven House, Ruthvenfield, 
accidentally killed. 

Taylor, Alexander, Driver, R.F.A., East Hunting- 
tower. 

Taylor, Alexander, Private, 6th Black Watch, 3 
Brahan Cottages, Hillyland, wounded. 

Taylor, John B., Gunner, L.A.M.S., Jesamine Villa, 
Hillyland, wounded three occasions. 

Taylor, Agnes B., Forewoman, Q.M.W.A.A.C., 
Jesamine Villa, Hillyland, conferred O.B.E. 

Taylor, Robert, Private, Northumberland Fusiliers, 
8 Tulloch Place, Tulloch, prisoner of war nine 
months. 

Taylor, John, Private, 1st Black Watch, 8 Tulloch 

Place, Tulloch. 
Taylor, Robert D., Private, K.O.S.B., ro Tulloch 

Terrace, Tulloch. 
Taylor, David, Private, Labour Corps, 16 Tulloch 

Terrace, Tulloch. 



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Taylor, James, Driver, R.A.S.C., 28 Tulloch Terrace, 

Tulloch. 
Thomson, John J. C, Driver, R.A.S.C., Logie Mill 

Cottages, Huntingtower. 
Thomson, James, Driver, R. A.S. C, Logie Mill 

Cottages, Huntingtower. 
Thomson, William C, Private, A. & S. Hdrs., Logie 

Mill Cottages, Huntingtower, wounded. 
Todd, John, Trooper, Scottish Horse, Gateside Farm. 
Todd, David, Cpl., Scottish Horse, Gateside Farm. 
Todd, William, Private, 6th Black Watch, Gateside 

Farm, wounded two occasions. 
Todd, James, Sergt, 6th Black Watch, Gateside 

Farm, awarded Military Medal, wounded. 
Todd, Hugh, Private, 8th Black Watch, Gateside 

Farm. 
Todd, James, L/Cpl., Lovat Scouts, Cornhill Lodge, 

Burghmuir. 
Tosh, Alexander, Private, ist Black Watch, 8 

Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 
Traill, John C, jun., Private, ist Black Watch, 

12 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 



Turner, James, Private, 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., 1 1 
Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield, awarded D.C.M., 
wounded. 

Wallace, William, Private, 4th Seaforth Hdrs., 
19 Grey Row, Ruthvenfield. 

Wallace, James B., L/Cpl., i/6th Black Watch, 
Hillyland, killed in action. 

Watson, William C, Private, ist Black Watch, 
Tulloch Farm, Tulloch. 

Watson, Joseph M'C, Pioneer, R.E., 7 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch. 

Whyte, James K., Private, ist Black Watch, West 
Huntingtower, prisoner of war six months. 

Wilkinson, William R., Ldg./Seaman, R.N., 10 
Grey Row, Ruthvenfield. 

Wilkinson, Alexander, Private, R.A.S.C, M.T., 
Castle Brae, Ruthvenfield. 

Wilkinson, James, L/Cpl., East Surreys, 15 Grey 
Row, Ruthvenfield, wounded. 

Yeaman, John, Cpl., i/6th Black Watch, Beaton's 
Buildings, Hillyland. 



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Tribute. 

Letter by Rev. James C. Campbell, M.A., Minister 
of the Parish of Tibbermore. 

The war is over, the soldiers have returned, and 
the people count their slain. Only those who have 
themselves lost friends in the war can realise the 
bitterness of that loss. Those who fell were not 
the aged and infirm, but the young manhood of the 
country, with all the hope and promise of life before 
them. 

We, who by their self-sacrifice have been 
delivered from the dread menace of invasion and 
defeat, are under a deep sense of their loss and 
filled with grateful remembrance. Their's was the 
hard road — they died to preserve their country, and 
all that was dear to their hearts — to us are left the 
fruits of their labours — they sowed in pain and in 
death, the freedom and the victory we are reaping 
to-day. May the memory of their devotion live for 
ever in our hearts. From this parish 49 went forth 
to die. 

Our hearts are deeply moved as we recall their 



youth, their willingness and their cheerful courage. 
To those of our generation the world can never be 
quite the same again. We extend our sympathy to 
those, who, having lost those whom they loved, yet 
with stout hearts carried on the business of their lives, 
remembering those who were gone, not only with 
sorrow, but with pride. 

Among those who served, let us not forget those 
at home who shouldered their share of the burden of 
war. At no time in the history of our race have the 
women of our country done more for the good of the 
state, and this was true in our parish as elsewhere. 

They like their husbands and their sons performed 
their duties, and endured their hardships with loyalty 
and with courage — to this end that we should conquer, 
and in the end the victory was ours. 



THE MANSE, 

TIBBERMORE. 



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For ibeir Counrrp. 

They died, that we might live, 
Hail, and farewell. 

All Honour give 
To those who, nobly striving, nobly fell, 
That we might live. 

John Oxenham. 




Lieut. William DoW 



Lieut. William Dow, M.A., only son of Mr. and 
Mrs. David Dow, 6 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, 
educated at Perth Academy and graduated M.A. 
at St. Andrews University, enlisted in Scots 
Guards on 5th March, 19 15. Gazetted Lieut, to 
9th Black Watch October, 19 15, died at Le Sars, 
near Albert, from wounds in action 2nd February, 
1917, aged 26 years. 

Lieut. John W. M'Cash, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. 
William F. M'Cash of Cornhill House, Burghmuir, 
educated at Clifton Bank and University, St. 
Andrews, before enlisting in the Scottish Horse 
was studying Civil Engineering in the offices of 
the Caledonian Railway Coy., Perth. Gazetted 
Lieut, to 6th Black Watch, attached to R F.C., 
awarded Wings decoration, posted missing on 
23rd November, 191 7, now presumed killed in 
action. 

Lieut. Claud Norie- Miller, aged 34 years, eldest 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norie-Miller, of Cleeve, 
educated at Ardvreck, Crieff, and Glenalmond 
College, received an appointment in the General 
Accident Assurance Corporation, and after visit- 



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ing various foreign branches was appointed 
Manager for Canada. He joined the Canadian 




Lieut. CLAUDE NoRIE-MlLLER 



Forces early in 191 6, and on returning home was 
gazetted to Royal Army Service Corps, Motor 
Transport, when he volunteered for Egyptian 
Service. Drowned at Sea from " Transylvania," 
torpedoed off the coast of Genoa, 4th May, 191 7. 
He could have saved himself, but gave up his 
place to another. 

Lieut Harry Gordon Smith, M.A., only son of 
Rev. Harry and Mrs. Smith, The Manse, Old 
Kilpatrick, Glasgow, and late The Manse, 
Tibbermore. Educated at St. Bees School, 
Cumberland, and Perth Academy, where he 
gained the Medal for Classics and the M'Dougall 
Bursary. Completed his first year as an Arts 
Student in Edinburgh University, gaining part 
of his M.A. degree. Acted as Sergeant to 
Edinburgh University Cadet Corps. On attain- 
ing military age enlisted in 4th A. & S. Hdrs., 
later attached to 12th A. & S. Hdrs., and killed 
in action on Macedonia Front, on 13th March, 
1918. Aged 19 years. 

His fellow Officers erecting a Marble Cross to 
his Memory. 



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Allan, Daniel M'G., Cpl, 8th Black Watch, 
Greenhill Farm, presumed at Marne, 3rd 
October, 191 8. 

Allan, Alexander S., Sergt., R.A.F., 1 South 
Muirton Cottages, 27th October, 1918. 

Barclay, James M.. Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
Marlefield, at Somme, 8th August, 19 16. 

Black, Leonard, Private, R.S.F., 7 Grey Row, 
Ruthvenfield, at Arras, 28th March, 1918. 

Blair, William D., Private, 1st Seaforth Hdrs., 
Peel Farm Cottages, at Amara, 21st May, 
1916. 

Cameron, John, Trooper, 1st Scottish Horse, 
13 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, died, 8th April, 

1915- 
Christie, David, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
Cultmalundie Cottages, at Somme, 30th July, 
1916. 

Cooper, Alfred, Private, i/6th Black Watch, 
21 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, at High Wood, 
30th July, 1916. 



Davidson, James, Bomdr., R.F.A., Cultma- 
lundie Farm, at Vpres, 5th October, 191 7. 

Donaldson, John, L/Cpl, 1st Black Watch, 
Goodlyburn Cottage, Burghmuir, at Neuve 
Chapelle, 9th May, 1915. 

Duff, Andrew, Trooper, 2/2iid Scottish Horse, 
West Huntingtower, at Arras, 6th June, 191 7. 

Duncan, Frederick M. W., Rm., 8th London, 
Marlefield Farm, at Danizy, near Leon, 1 6th 
April, 191 8. 

Garvie, John, Private, 8th Black Watch, Lily- 
bank, Burghmuir, at Somme, 2nd November, 
1 9 1 6. 

Gi.oag, Louis D., Private, 8th Black Watch, 
26 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, at Ypres, 7th 
November, 1915. 

Harlev, William, Private, 2nd Black Watch, 
Merriness Farm Cottages, at La Basse, 9th 
May, 19 1 5. 

Harlev, Robert B., Private, 1st Black Watch, 
Merriness Farm Cottages, at Arras, 3rd Sep- 
tember, 191 8. 



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Hendry, Walter S., Private, i/8th Scottish 
Rifles, Henrietta Cottage, Huntingtower, 
, i st September, 191 8. 

Hendry, James, Private, 1st Seaforth Hdrs., 

Greenfield, Burghmuir, , 20th Octo 

ber, 1915. 
Hutton, John S., Sergt., i/6th Black Watch, 

Hillyland, , 31st July, 1917. 

Imrie, Andrew G., Private, 1 /6th Black Watch, 

25 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, at High Wood, 

30th July, 1916. 

Imrie, Walter K. B., Private, P.P.C.L.I., 25 

Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, at Hill 60, 9th 

May, 191 5. 
Keay, James, Private, 9th Royal Scots, 8 

Goodlyburn Terrace, Burghmuir, at Serre, 

13th November,. 19 1 6. 
Kb-Ddie, David, L/Cpl., 6th Black Watch, 2 

Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield, at Beaumont 

Hamel7- . 

Kininmond, James, Private, R.S.F., 30 Tulloch 

Terrace, Tulloch, at Arras, 27th April, 1917. 



Mailer, Robert, Private, 1 /5th Seaforth Hdrs., 

Yewbank, Burghmuir, at Arras, 9th April, 

1917. 
Meikle, John W., Private, South Wales Bdrs., 

Greenfield, Burghmuir, presumed , 

23rd April, 1917. 

Miller, David, Cpl., i/6th Black Watch, Tulloch 
Farm, Tulloch, at Etaples, 7th August, 191 7. 

Murrie, Alexander, Sergt., 2/2nd Scottish 
Horse, West Huntingtower, presumed at 
Ypres, 1 2th October, 1917. 

M'Beth, William J., Private, Australian Im- 
perial Forces, South Murton Cottages, at 
Messines, 30th September, 1917. 

Pringle, Robert, Private, 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., 

18 Grey Row, Ruthvenfield, at Somme, 1st 

July, 19 16. 
Robertson, Forrest F., Cpl., 3/6th Black 

Watch, Low's Work Cottages, Huntingtower, 

at Morchies, 21st June, 1918. 

Rodger, Alexander, Private, H.C.B., Tulloch 
Farm, Tulloch, died 7th November, 1918. 



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Rodger, Thomas^M'F.,* Shoeing Smith, 2nd 

Scottish Horse, 7 Hillyland Crescent, at 

Gallipoli, 23rd December, 191 5. 
Rodgie, William, Private, 6th Black Watch, 

Newlands Cottage, Burghmuir, presumed at 

Beaumont Hamel, 14th November, 19 16. 
Ross, John, Private, 1st Seaforth Hdrs., Toll 

House, Crieff Road, at Mesopotamia, 6th 

April, 1 9 16. 
Ross, Andrew, Private, i/sth Gordon Hdrs., 

Toll House, Crieff Road, at Etaples, 6th 

June, 1917. 
Scott, Charles C, Private, King's Liverpools, 

West Huntingtower, died 29th October, 1918. 
Scrimgeour, Joseph, C.S. M., 2/ist Scottish 

Horse, Tulloch House, Tulloch, died 28th 

October, 1918. 
Sharp, George, Sergt., 4th Australian Imperial 

Forces, Mill Cottages, Ruthvenfield, at 

Messines, 23rd June, 191 7. 
Simpson, James, Ldg./Drummer, Howe Batt. 

R. N. D., Kingower, Burghmuir, died 23rd 

March, 19 16. 



Small, Donald C, Sergt., Gordon Hdrs., 
Beaton's Buildings, Hillyland, at Zonnebeke, 
26th September, 19 17. 

Stenning, Roderick J., Private, 1 7th H.L.I., 
Hrahan Lodge, Hillyland, at Somme, 1 8th 
November, 1916. 

Stewart, John, Private, Cameron Hdrs., New- 
land's House, Burghmuir, , January, 

1916. 

Sutherland, George F., Trooper, 13th Batt. 
(S.H.) Black Watch, Ruthven House, Ruth- 
venfield, , 26th July, 1918. 

Wallace, James B., L/Cpl., 1 /6th Black Watch, 
Hillyland, at Somme, 30th July, 1916. 



A tribute— to the lads who left their homes in Tibbermore, 
And who will ne'er return again to Bonnie Scotland"s shore, 
In freedom's cause their life they gave, for their dear native 

land, 
And high upon the roll of fame their names will ever stand. 

Robert Duff, 

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PATRIOTIC TULLOCH FAMILY. 



Thanked and congratulated by the King 
in a letter of ioth September, 1915. 

Mr. David C. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, Member of British Red Cross, 
V.A.D. Perth, 1 7th (Tulloch) Section, awarded 
Service Badge and Efficiency Certificate, died 
1 7th August, 1 9 19. 

Mrs. David C. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch. 

Private Robert C. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, 41st Canadian Forestry Company, 
gassed in action. 



Cpl. James C. R. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, 1st Scottish Horse. 

Private Peter R. A. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, Canadian M.G. Corps. 

Private Andrew G. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, i/6th Black AVatch, killed in action, 
at High Wood, 30th July, 1916. 

Private Walter K. B. Imrie, 25 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, P.P.C.L.I., killed in action, 
at Hill 60, 9th May, 19 15. 

L/Cpl. William D. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, 7th Yoiks, gassed in action. 

L/Cpl. Thomas B. G. Imrie, 25 Tulloch Terrace, 
Tulloch, 7th Black Watch, gassed in action. 



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For Gallantry. 



Captain David Lumsden, only son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J-. D. Lumsden of Huntingtowerfield. 
Prior to the outbreak of war, was attached to 
3rd Black Watch (Special Reserve). When 




Captain David Lumsden 



he volunteered for Foreign Service and was 
drafted to 1st Black Watch R.H. Mentioned 
in Sir Douglas Haig's dispatches of 16th 
June, 19 16, and awarded the Military Cross, 
January, 1917. 




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Captain and Adjutant Stanley Norie-Miller, 
younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Norie-Miller of 
Cleeve, educated at Ardvreck, Crieff, and Rugby 
School, where he gained a Scholarship for 
Hertford College, Oxford ; after taking honours 
and degree he was called to the Chancery Bar. 
Joined the Inns of Court Corps on the out- 
break of war and was gazetted to 9th Black 
Watch Service Battalion on its formation. 
Subsequently attached Headquarters 15th 
Division. Wounded twice in 191 7, at Arras 
and Ypres, and remained on duty on one 
occasion : for this, and other good work, he 
was awarded the Military Cross. 

Captain J. L. Ptjllar, Brahan, conferred O.B.E., 
for Special War Service. 

Forewoman Agnes B. Taylor, second daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor, Tesamine 
Villa, Crieff Road, conferred O.B.E., for 
Meritorous War Service, and bravery and 
courage displayed in preventing panic amongst 
the Staff throughout an enemy air raid on 
Headquarters, Hotel de Commerce, Boulogne. 




Captain J. L. PULI.AR 

Adamson, William, Private, 2nd A. & S. Hdrs., 
Inveralmond House, Military Medal. 

Allan, Alexander S., Sergt., R.A.F., 1 South 
Muirton Cottages, Military Medal, 



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Bryce, George, Sergt., M.G.C., 19 Tulloch 
Terrace, Tulloch, Military Medal. 

Duff, David, Private, 9th Black Watch, West 
Huntingtower, Military Medal. 

Gellatly, George, Sergt., 13th Batt. (S.H.) 
Black Watch, Hillyland, Military Medal. 

Harris, Alexander, Sergt., 7th Black Watch, 
20 Grey Row, Ruthvenfield, Military Medal. 

Jacobs, Charles H., Engineer, Queen Line, 
N.T., The Cottage, Huntingtower, Dis- 
tinguished Service Medal. 

Millar, James R., Sergt., 6th Black Watch, 
Castle Brae, Ruthvenfield, Military Medal 

Todd, James, Sergt., 6th Black Watch, Gateside, 
Military Medal. 

Turner, James, Private, 2nd Seaforth Hdrs., 
11 Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield, Dis- 
tinguished Conduct Medal (Perthshire's first 
D. C. M. in the War). 




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Distinguished Voluntary War Workers. 



Rev. James C. Campbell, M.A., Minister of 
Tibbermore. Inducted to the Pastorage, 
ioth August, 1916. For a period Chaplain 
to the Forces of Argyll and Sutherland and 
Scottish Provisional Brigade. 

Mr. A. M. Dundas, M.A., The School-house, 
Ruthvenfield, Convener of Parish War Com- 
forts Committee in succession to Rev. Harry 
Smith, M.A., under whose guidance the 
success of the Committee's efforts was 
maintained ; he also was responsible to Perth 
City Committee for the promotion in the 
District of Flag Days for various philan- 
thropic agencies. 

Section-Leader John Glass, Tulloch House, 
Tulloch, who throughout the war gave 
valuable services to his Country as Instructor 
and Section-Leader of Perth 17th, British Red 
Cross, V.A. 1). (Tulloch and Almondbank) 
Section. Awarded British Red Cross Society's 
Long Service and Efficiency Badges. 



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Mrs. Hay, Cultmalundie, Tibbermore, who was 
identified as a consistent and liberal supporter 
of all efforts in the Parish and District 
throughout the war ; for the promotion of 
the Welfare of our Sailors and Soldiers ; the 
duties of Convener of the Western District 
of the Parish War Comforts Committee was 
with her a special care. She also performed 
the Opening Ceremony, and acted as Judge 
at a successful Garden Fete and Baby Show, 
held in aid of Red Cross Funds, at Croft- 
house, Craigie, on 20th July, 1918, and 
rendered valuable services at Fetes held in 
aid of Red Cross Funds and kindred objects, 
on Methven Castle and Blackruthven Estates. 

Miss M'Nab, of Blackruthven, member of Parish 
War Comforts Committee, who analogous, 
with her constant efforts for the comforts of 
our Sailors and Soldiers, was responsible for 
the success of a Fete and Sale of Work and 
Produce, held in response to a Special 
Appeal of the Red Cross Society, on the 
grounds of her beautiful estate, on 22nd 
June, 191 8, from which the gratifying sum of 
^510 was realised for the object. 




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Rev. Harry Smith, M.A.,^ Minister of the 
Parish of Old Kilpatrick, near Glasgow ; for 
almost 25 years Minister of the Parish of 
Tibbermore. Inducted, July, 1894; trans- 
lated to Old Kilpatrick, March, 1916. 
Editor of the " Layman's Book of the 
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland " 
(a popular account of the Annual Proceedings 
of the Assembly) since 1912 ; and Editor of 
" Morning Rays," the Children's Magazine 
of the Church of Scotland, from 1^99 to 
191 7. Promoter and Convener, until his 
translation to Old Kilpatrick, of Tibbermore 
Parish War Comforts Committee, and who at 
all times manifested the liveliest practical 
interest in all schemes promoted for the 
comfort of our Sailors and Soldiers. 

Mrs. J. D. Lumsden, of Huntingtowerfield 
House, Member of Sailors' and Soldiers' War 
Pensions Committee, Perth, and Convener of 
Central District of Tibbermore War Com- 
forts Committee. A successful Fete and Sale 
of Work and Produce promoted by Mrs. 
Lumsden on behall of Red Cross Funds was 



held in the lovely grounds of Huntingtower- 
field, on 6th August, 19 17, which realised 
the sum of ^245. A pleasing system 
of entertainments to convalescent wounded 
soldiers from Perth War Hospitals was main- 
tained at Huntingtowerfield House through- 
out the course of the war. 

Miss Effie Lumsden, V.A.D. Nurse, Perth and 
Fonab Red Cross Hospitals. Specially men- 
tioned for valuable services. 

Miss Molly Lumsden, V.A.D. Nurse, for a term 
of voluntary service at Y.M.C.A. Canteen at 
Nigg and a Private Canteen at La Havre, 
and later at Perth Red Cross Hospital and 
Blair Castle Auxiliary Red Cross Hospital. 

Miss GRiztL Lumsden, V.A.D. Nurse at Perth 
Red Cross Hospital, and Blair Castle, Fonab, 
and Tayside Auxiliary Red Cross Hospitals ; 
and for the period of six months attached to 
the Duke of Atholl's Forestry Depot at Inver. 

Miss Susie Lumsden, who gave service for a 
period in the offices of the Ministry of Ship- 
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Mrs J. D. LlMSDEN 




Miss Molly Lumsdbn 




Miss GRIZBL LtlMSDEN 



Miss Susie Lumsdbn 



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Tibbermore Parish War Comforts 
Committee. 



Promoted by Rev. Harry Smith, M.A., Minister of 
Tibbermore, and which was convened by him until 
his translation to the Pastorate of Old Kilpatrick, the 
convenership then being taken over by Mr. A. M. 
Dundas, M.A., The Schoolhouse, Ruthvenfield. 

As giving some indication of the activities of the 
Committee, and the scope of its work, it may be 
mentioned that the sum of ^321 15s lod was collected 
throughout the Parish during the period of war, which 
made possible the distribution of 2840 articles of com- 
fort, along with other gifts, in a regular Parcel System 
to our Sailors and Soldiers, and on its dissolution the 
residue of ^15 was equally apportioned to Perth 
Station Barrow Fund and Perth City and County 
Royal Infirmary : 114 articles of clothing being sent 
to Sir Edward Ward's Depot, Perth. 

Mrs. Allan, Greenhill Farm. 

Mrs. A. W. Brown, Inveralmond House. 



Mrs. James Blyth, of Ruthven House. 

Mrs. James C. Campbell, The Manse, Tibbermore. 

Miss Callander, Ruthvenfield House. 

Miss Carlyle, Station House, Almondbank. 

Mr. A. M. Dundas, M.A., Schoolhouse, Ruthvenfield 
— Convener of Committee from March, igi6. 

Mrs. A. M. Dundas, Schoolhouse, Ruthvenfield, 
District Convener. 

Miss Gorham, Waterside Cottages. 

Mrs. Hay, Cultmalundie, District Convener. 

Mrs. George Hendry, West Huntingtower. 

Mrs. Hope, Mains of Huntingtower. 

Mrs. J. D. Lumsden, of Huntingtowerfield House, 
District Convener. 

Mrs. James Lyburn, Gloagburn. 

Mr. AVilliam R. Milne, The Gardens, Huntingtower- 
field. 

Mrs. William Moon, Mundalla. 

Mrs. David Morton, Muirton Farm. 



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Mrs. David M. Murrie, West Huntingtower. 

Mrs. M'Beath, Grey Row, Ruthvenfield. 

Miss M'Nab, of Blackruthven, District Convener. 

Miss Peattie, Marlefield Farm, District Convener. 

Mrs. George Pople, of Newhouse, District Convener. 

Miss Robertson, Post Office, Tibbermore. 

Mrs. James Rodger, Viewmount. 

Miss Riddell, Tibbermore. 

Mrs. Scobie, Hillyland. 

Mrs. John Scott, Duncarse, Perth. 

Miss Scott, Newbigging Farm. 



Rev. Harrv Smith, M.A., The Manse, Tibbermore, 
Convener of Committee to March, igi6. 

Mrs. Harrv Smith, The Manse, Tibbermore. 

Mrs. Patrick K. Murrav Smith, Westerton. 

Mrs. John Stein, Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

Mrs. William Sutherland, Peel Farm, District 

Convener. 

Mr. James M. Templeman, M.A , The School-house, 
Tibbermore. 

Mrs. James M. Templeman, The School-house, 

Tibbermore. 
Miss Todd, Gateside Farm. 



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British Red Cross Society, V.A.D. Members, 
attached Perth 17th Section (Tulloch and 
Almondbank). 

Section Leader — 
JOHN GLASS, Tulloch House, Tulloch. 



Barclay, James, Tulloch Farm, Tulloch, Service 
Badge. 

Bisset, John, Sen., 4 Hillyland Crescent, Service 
Badge. 

Bisset, John, Jun., 4 Hillyland Crescent, Service 

Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 
Christie, Alexander, Castle Brae, Huntingtower, 

Service Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 

Clark, George, Hillyland. 

Cubitt, John, Low's Work Cottages, Huntingtower, 
Efficiency Certificate. 

Donaldson, Robert, Tulloch Farm, Tulloch, Service 
Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 



Duff, Duncan, i Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch. 

Falcon, John, 8 Hillyland Crescent, Service Badge 
and Efficiency Certificate. 

Fotheringham, David, Hillyland, Service Badge and 
Efficiency Certificate. 

Fotheringham, Henry, Hillyland. 

Glass, William, Hillyland, Efficiency Certificate. 

Glass, James, Tulloch House, Tulloch. 

Glass, John, Section Leader, Tulloch House, Tulloch, 

Service Badge and Efficiency Medallion. 
Imrie, David C, 25 Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch, Service 

Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 
Jackson, Thomas, Hillyland. 
Johnston, William, Huntingtower House Lodge. 
Keay, David, 4 Tulloch Cottages, Service Badge and 

Efficiency Certificate. 

Kininmond, James, Sen., 30 Tulloch Cottages, Service 
Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 

Kininmond, James, Jun., 30 Tulloch Cottages, Effi- 
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Kinnoch, Thomas, 7 Tulloch Cottages, Efficiency 
Certificate. 

Lorn ie, Alexander, Hillyland, Service Badge. 

Mathieson, Alexander, Waterside Cottages, Service 
Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 

Miller, William, 6 Tulloch Cottages, Service Badge 
and Efficiency Certificate. 

Milne, William R., The Gardens, Huntingtowerfield, 
Service Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 

Rodger, John, 7 Hillyland Crescent, Service Badge 
and Efficiency Certificate. 

Scobie, John, Hillyland. 

Stein, David, Huntingtowerfield Cottage, Service 
Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 

Stewart, Robert, 8 Tulloch Cottages, Service Badge 
and Efficiency Certificate. 

Traill, John, Sen., 3 Hillyland Crescent, Service 
Badge and Efficiency Certificate. 

Weir, Alexander, Hillyland, Service Badge and 
Efficiency Certificate. 



Special Police Constables, 
attached Almondbank District Divison. 



Cubitt, John, Low's Work Cottages, Huntingtower. 

Dingwall, John, 17 Castle Cottages, Ruthvenfield. 

M'Lagan, Robert, Puddle Dub Cottage, Hunting- 
tower. 

Robertson, William, Low's Work Cottages, Hunt- 
ingtower. 

Sutherland, William, Peel Farm, Tibbermore. 



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